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[image]Day Care Manager Pro
Read Day Care Manager Pro Review Tags: Day Care Manager Pro download, Day Care Manager Pro PDF, Day Care Manager Pro PDF You Can Reading Reviews From Our Site ..... About "Day Care Manager Pro" from Internet:Daycare Manager Pro - Daycare Management SoftwareDaycare Manager Pro - the ultimate daycare management software CareManager ProTake a Tour to view all the modules -Then Request a no-obligation, full-version CareManager Pro ® 30 Day Trial CD or Download to explore and evaluate to make an ....
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[movies]Health Care In America
http://www.ushealthcarehelp.com ." Enjoy a brief  recap of this great  organization  doing a fantastic service in  the  community!" -Charles Myrick  - President and CEO of American Consultants Rx Inc.-U.S. Health Care News"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research...
Keywords: healthcare reform-us healthcare-healthcare.gov-healthcare industry-healthcare bill-health insurance-healthcare insurance companies-healthcare usa-great west healthcare-healthcare provider-cigna healthcare providers-obama healthcare plan-universal healthcare-healthcare it-obama healthcare bill-healthcare coverage-healthcare issues-healthcare solutions-healthcare providers-healthcare reform bill-healthcare insurance-cigna healthcare-healthcare software-healthcare articles-healthcare jobs-healthcare.com-mvp healthcare-christian healthcare ministries-private healthcare-healthcare companies-healthcare obama-healthcare plans-coventry healthcare-homeland healthcare-new healthcare bill-petfirst healthcare-oklahoma healthcare authority-healthcare quotes-change healthcare-jobs in healthcare-healthcare.org-american healthcare-obama healthcare reform-healthcare reform act-oxford healthcare-study usa healthcare-healthcare management-untied healthcare-what is healthcare-freedom healthcare-ethics in healthcare-affordable healthcare-free healthcare-healthcare finance-healthcare policy-tenet healthcare-canadian healthcare-healthcare informatics-healthcare technology-harvard pilgrim healthcare-health care-affordable healthcare act-access healthcare-healthcare it news-new healthcare reform-us healthcare reform-pet first healthcare-problems with healthcare-www.healthcare.gov-healthcare services-healthcare risk management-healthcare plan-aco healthcare-obama healthcare-obama healthcare law-national healthcare-healthcare reform timeline-healthcare costs-healthcare news-shield healthcare-healthcare websites-government healthcare-christian healthcare-personal health insurance-molina healthcare-siemens healthcare-anthem healthcare-health care coverage-healthcare marketing-assurant healthcare-healthcare debate-united healthcar-healthcare first-healthcare cost-healthcare programs-healthcare information technology-cheap healthcare-healthcare solutions team-texas healthcare-affordable healthcare insurance
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[movies]Community Care Programs
http://www.ushealthcarehelp.com ." Enjoy a brief  recap of this great  organization  doing a fantastic service in  the  community!" -Charles Myrick  - President and CEO of American Consultants Rx Inc.-U.S. Health Care News"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research...
Keywords: healthcare reform-us healthcare-healthcare.gov-healthcare industry-healthcare bill-health insurance-healthcare insurance companies-healthcare usa-great west healthcare-healthcare provider-cigna healthcare providers-obama healthcare plan-universal healthcare-healthcare it-obama healthcare bill-healthcare coverage-healthcare issues-healthcare solutions-healthcare providers-healthcare reform bill-healthcare insurance-cigna healthcare-healthcare software-healthcare articles-healthcare jobs-healthcare.com-mvp healthcare-christian healthcare ministries-private healthcare-healthcare companies-healthcare obama-healthcare plans-coventry healthcare-homeland healthcare-new healthcare bill-petfirst healthcare-oklahoma healthcare authority-healthcare quotes-change healthcare-jobs in healthcare-healthcare.org-american healthcare-obama healthcare reform-healthcare reform act-oxford healthcare-study usa healthcare-healthcare management-untied healthcare-what is healthcare-freedom healthcare-ethics in healthcare-affordable healthcare-free healthcare-healthcare finance-healthcare policy-tenet healthcare-canadian healthcare-healthcare informatics-healthcare technology-harvard pilgrim healthcare-health care-affordable healthcare act-access healthcare-healthcare it news-new healthcare reform-us healthcare reform-pet first healthcare-problems with healthcare-www.healthcare.gov-healthcare services-healthcare risk management-healthcare plan-aco healthcare-obama healthcare-obama healthcare law-national healthcare-healthcare reform timeline-healthcare costs-healthcare news-shield healthcare-healthcare websites-government healthcare-christian healthcare-personal health insurance-molina healthcare-siemens healthcare-anthem healthcare-health care coverage-healthcare marketing-assurant healthcare-healthcare debate-united healthcar-healthcare first-healthcare cost-healthcare programs-healthcare information technology-cheap healthcare-healthcare solutions team-texas healthcare-affordable healthcare insurance
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[movies]THE NAVY HEALTH CARE TEAM - Department of Defense
Department of DefensePIN 800578THE NAVY HEALTH CARE TEAMTHIS PROGRAM SHOWS WHAT IT'S LIKE TO SERVE IN THE MEDICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE U.S. NAVY. DEPICTS THE MANY VARIED ROLES OF MEDICAL PERSONNEL WHO SERVE AS MEMBERS OF THE NAVY'S "HEALTH CARE TEAM." HOSPITAL CORPSMEN, NAVY NURSES AND NAVY DOCTORS FUNCTION AS A TEAM TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE TO NAVY AND MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL AND THEIR FAMILIES.
Keywords: dod.gov; public.resource.org
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[texts]A personalized care plan in chronic care: implementation and evaluation. (Volume 12) - Engels, Jeanny
This article is from International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 12.AbstractPurpose: Implementation and evaluation of a personalized care plan for approximately 350 people with (an increased risk of) cardiovascular disease in ten general practices in the Netherlands. Context: The ‘Healthy Vessels’ (‘Vitale Vaten’) care standard of 2009 describes the optimum care for people with (an increased risk of) cardiovascular disease and is based on the Chronic Care Model...
[texts]Integrated working between residential care homes and primary care: a survey of care homes in England. (Volume 12) - Gage, Heather
This article is from BMC Geriatrics, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Older people living in care homes in England have complex health needs due to a range of medical conditions, mental health needs and frailty. Despite an increasing policy expectation that professionals should operate in an integrated way across organisational boundaries, there is a lack of understanding between care homes and the National Health Service (NHS) about how the two sectors should work together, meaning that residents ...
[texts]Systems architecture for integrated care. (Volume 12) - Kwo, David
This article is from International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 12.AbstractIntroduction: Telehealth and telecare projects do not always pay enough attention to the wider information systems architecture required to deliver integrated care. They often focus on technologies to support specific diseases or social care problems which can result in information silos that impede integrated care of the patient...
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[texts]Spirituality in childhood cancer care. (Volume 9) - Lima, Nadia Nara Rolim
This article is from Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, volume 9.AbstractTo deal with the suffering caused by childhood cancer, patients and their families use different coping strategies, among which, spirituality appears a way of minimizing possible damage. In this context, the purpose of the present study was to analyze the influence of spirituality in childhood cancer care, involving biopsychosocial aspects of the child, the family, and the health care team facing the disease...
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[texts]Tender loving care - Career Times - careertimes.com.hk
Career Path Tender loving care by Alex Lai True devotion to patient welfare is so much more important than career advancement, says Amy Luk, deputy chief nursing officer and infection control nurse at Hong Kong Baptist Hospital. Recalling that she has enjoyed taking care of others since she was a child, she notes, "I didn't like to see people ill or suffering, which is why I decided to become a nurse when I was still in high school." Ms Luk started in the nursing profession 30 years ago, studyin...
Keywords: career path
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[texts]The evolving role of health care aides in the long-term care and home and community care sectors in Canada. (Volume 11) - Berta, Whitney
This article is from Human Resources for Health, volume 11.AbstractHealth Care Aides (HCAs) provide up to 80% of the direct care to older Canadians living in long term care facilities, or in their homes. They are an understudied workforce, and calls for health human resources strategies relating to these workers are, we feel, precipitous. First, we need a better understanding of the nature and scope of their work, and of the factors that shape it...
[texts]The Care Process Self-Evaluation Tool: a valid and reliable instrument for measuring care process organization of health care teams. (Volume 13) - Seys, Deborah
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Patient safety can be increased by improving the organization of care. A tool that evaluates the actual organization of care, as perceived by multidisciplinary teams, is the Care Process Self-Evaluation Tool (CPSET). CPSET was developed in 2007 and includes 29 items in five subscales: (a) patient-focused organization, (b) coordination of the care process, (c) collaboration with primary care, (d) communication with p...
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[movies]Dental Care Boston MA Dentalhealthandwellnessboston.com
Dental Health & Wellness Boston is your Boston dentist for complete dental care in Boston. We provide a comprehensive dental check-up and diagnosis at your routine, visit to ensure your overall well-being.  Visit our website today or book an appointment by just calling us at this number 617-742-1220 and meet to Dr. Smith and her team.
Keywords: Dental care Boston; Boston dental care; Root Planing Boston
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[texts]Patient preferences for future care - how can Advance Care Planning become embedded into dementia care: a study protocol. (Volume 10) - Robinson, Louise
This article is from BMC Geriatrics, volume 10.AbstractBackground: People living with a long term condition may wish to be able to plan ahead, so that if in future they cannot make decisions, their wishes about their care will be known; this process is termed Advance Care Planning (ACP). In dementia, guidance stipulates that ACP discussions should take place whilst the person still has capacity to make decisions...
[texts]Holistic care of menopause: Understanding the framework. (Volume 3) - Kalra, Bharti
This article is from Journal of Mid-Life Health, volume 3.AbstractOptimal management of menopause requires the expertise of a multi-disciplinary health team, each equipped with different skills necessary for the patient to enjoy optimal quality of life. A holistic approach is required to manage menopause. Holistic approach conceptualizes the involvement of patient's physical, psychological and social needs while planning therapy...
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[texts]Multidisciplinary care planning in the primary care management of completed stroke: a systematic review. (Volume 9) - Mitchell, Geoffrey K
This article is from BMC Family Practice, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Chronic disease management requires input from multiple health professionals, both specialist and primary care providers. This study sought to assess the impact of co-ordinated multidisciplinary care in primary care, represented by the delivery of formal care planning by primary care teams or shared across primary-secondary teams, on outcomes in stroke, relative to usual care...
[texts]Care of the Terminally Ill from Religious Perspectives: Role of Palliative and Hospice Care. (Volume 43) - Mir, Tanveer
This article is from The Journal of IMA, volume 43.AbstractHealth care should make an attempt to understand the different religious principles that affect end-of-life decisions in patient care. With advanced illness, defining an ethical framework is essential to understanding sensitive issues. Compassionate care is crucial in all end-of-life care settings. Physician awareness is a key principle in inculcating the religious values of patients...
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[texts]ERIC ED351840: Spina Bifida: Guidelines of Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs. - ERIC
These guidelines were written to help families coordinate the health care that may be needed by a child with spina bifida. The booklet begins with general information about spina bifida. It then discusses the goals of health care, the health care team, the importance of periodic health care, and record keeping procedures. The child's health care needs, development, and educational needs are then examined by age, from birth to age 21...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Child Development; Children; Elementary Secondary Education; Family Programs; Guidelines; Health Needs; Health Services; Human Services; Infants; Preschool Education; Resources; Special Health Problems; Spina Bifida; Youth
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[texts]Is there a Role of Palliative Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in India? (Volume 17) - Dighe, Manjiri P
This article is from Indian Journal of Palliative Care, volume 17.AbstractRecent advances in medical care have improved the survival of newborn babies born with various problems. Despite this death in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is an inevitable reality. For babies who are not going to “get better,” the health care team still has a duty to alleviate the physical suffering of the baby and to support the family...
[texts]Does the 'Liverpool Care Pathway' facilitate an improvement in quality of care for dying cancer patients? (Volume 108) - Mayland, C R
This article is from British Journal of Cancer, volume 108.AbstractBackground:: The Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP) aims to transfer hospice principles of care for dying patients to other health-care sectors. This post-bereavement survey explored the LCP's effectiveness in improving quality of care for cancer patients. Methods:: Postal self-completion questionnaires were sent to 778 next-of-kin to consecutive deceased patients who had died an ‘expected' cancer death in a hos...
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[texts]ERIC ED351841: Congenital Heart Disease: Guidelines of Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs. - ERIC
These guidelines were written to help families coordinate the health care that may be needed by a child with congenital heart disease. The booklet begins with general information about congenital heart disease. It then discusses the goals of health care, the health care team, the importance of periodic health care, and record keeping procedures. The child's health care needs, development, and educational needs are then examined by age, from birth to age 21...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Child Development; Children; Congenital Impairments; Elementary Secondary Education; Family Programs; Guidelines; Health Needs; Health Services; Heart Disorders; Human Services; Infants; Parent Role; Preschool Education; Resources; Special Health Problems; Youth
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[texts]Implementing a stepped-care approach in primary care: results of a qualitative study. (Volume 7) - Franx, Gerdien
This article is from Implementation Science : IS, volume 7.AbstractBackground: Since 2004, 'stepped-care models' have been adopted in several international evidence-based clinical guidelines to guide clinicians in the organisation of depression care. To enhance the adoption of this new treatment approach, a Quality Improvement Collaborative (QIC) was initiated in the Netherlands. Methods: Alongside the QIC, an intervention study using a controlled before-and-after design was performed...
[texts]Determining level of care appropriateness in the patient journey from acute care to rehabilitation. (Volume 11) - Poulos, Christopher J
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 11.AbstractBackground: The selection of patients for rehabilitation, and the timing of transfer from acute care, are important clinical decisions that impact on care quality and patient flow. This paper reports utilization review data on inpatients in acute care with stroke, hip fracture or elective joint replacement, and other inpatients referred for rehabilitation...
[texts]Integrative care for the management of low back pain: use of a clinical care pathway. (Volume 10) - Maiers, Michele J
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 10.AbstractBackground: For the treatment of chronic back pain, it has been theorized that integrative care plans can lead to better outcomes than those achieved by monodisciplinary care alone, especially when using a collaborative, interdisciplinary, and non-hierarchical team approach. This paper describes the use of a care pathway designed to guide treatment by an integrative group of providers within a randomized controlled trial...
[texts]HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS' KNOWLEDGE ON HOME HEALTH CARE IN AL-KHOBAR AND AL-DAMMAM. (Volume 12) - Al-Hazmi, Ali M.
This article is from Journal of Family & Community Medicine, volume 12.AbstractObjective:: To survey self-reported knowledge of home health care (HHC) services of health care professionals in Al-Khobar and Al-Dammam. Methods:: A specially developed questionnaire was used to conduct a cross-sectional study to find out how knowledgeable 11 hospital administrators, 16 PHHC medical directors, and 637 health care team were of HHC services...
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[texts]Health coaching in primary care: a feasibility model for diabetes care. (Volume 15) - Liddy, Clare
This article is from BMC Family Practice, volume 15.AbstractBackground: Health coaching is a new intervention offering a one-on-one focused self-management support program. This study implemented a health coaching pilot in primary care clinics in Eastern Ontario, Canada to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of integrating health coaching into primary care for patients who were either at risk for or diagnosed with diabetes...
[texts]Monitoring quality in Israeli primary care: The primary care physicians' perspective. (Volume 1) - Nissanholtz-Gannot, Rachel
This article is from Israel Journal of Health Policy Research, volume 1.AbstractBackground: Since 2000, Israel has had a national program for ongoing monitoring of the quality of the primary care services provided by the country's four competing non-profit health plans. Previous research has demonstrated that quality of care has improved substantially since the program's inception and that the program enjoys wide support among health plan managers...
[texts]Transferring patients to tertiary health care: the role of family and Primary Health Care Teams. (Volume 12) - Joaquim, Filipa
This article is from International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 12.AbstractPurpose: One of the main problems of health systems is to ensure access and proper coordination between different health services. This problem is particularly felt when a patient is transferred from one level to another, especially for long-term care.Therefore, it is essential to develop new organizational models, which should meet user’s need...
[texts]Developing a medication communication framework across continuums of care using the Circle of Care Modeling approach. (Volume 13) - Kitson, Nicole A
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Medication errors are a common type of preventable errors in health care causing unnecessary patient harm, hospitalization, and even fatality. Improving communication between providers and between providers and patients is a key aspect of decreasing medication errors and improving patient safety. Medication management requires extensive collaboration and communication across roles and care settings, which can reduce...
[texts]The Impact of Implementing Critical Care Team on Open General Intensive Care Unit. (Volume 73) - Kim, Ick Hee
This article is from Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases, volume 73.AbstractBackground: There are a plethora of literatures showing that high-intensity intensive care unit (ICU) physician staffing is associated with reduced ICU mortality. However, it is not widely used in ICUs because of limited budgets and resources. We created a critical care team (CCT) to improve outcomes in an open general ICU and evaluated its effectiveness based on patients' outcomes...
[texts]Online Social Network Use by Health Care Providers in a High Traffic Patient Care Environment. (Volume 15) - Van Deusen, Reed
This article is from Journal of Medical Internet Research, volume 15.AbstractBackground: The majority of workers, regardless of age or occupational status, report engaging in personal Internet use in the workplace. There is little understanding of the impact that personal Internet use may have on patient care in acute clinical settings. Objective: The objective of this study was to investigate the volume of one form of personal Internet use—online social networking (Facebook)—generated by wo...
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[texts]Diffusion of a collaborative care model in primary care: a longitudinal qualitative study. (Volume 14) - Vedel, Isabelle
This article is from BMC Family Practice, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Although collaborative team models (CTM) improve care processes and health outcomes, their diffusion poses challenges related to difficulties in securing their adoption by primary care clinicians (PCPs). The objectives of this study are to understand: (1) how the perceived characteristics of a CTM influenced clinicians' decision to adopt -or not- the model; and (2) the model's diffusion process...
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[texts]Describing and analysing primary health care system support for chronic illness care in Indigenous communities in Australia's Northern Territory - use of the Chronic Care Model. (Volume 8) - Si, Damin
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Indigenous Australians experience disproportionately high prevalence of, and morbidity and mortality from chronic illness such as diabetes, renal disease and cardiovascular disease. Improving the understanding of how Indigenous primary care systems are organised to deliver chronic illness care will inform efforts to improve the quality of care for Indigenous people...
[texts]Interdisciplinary diabetes care teams operating on the interface between primary and specialty care are associated with improved outcomes of care: findings from the Leuven Diabetes Project. (Volume 9) - Borgermans, Liesbeth
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a complex, progressive disease which requires a variety of quality improvement strategies. Limited information is available on the feasibility and effectiveness of interdisciplinary diabetes care teams (IDCT) operating on the interface between primary and specialty care. A first study hypothesis was that the implementation of an IDCT is feasible in a health care setting with limited tradit...
[texts]Integrated care: a comprehensive bibliometric analysis and literature review. (Volume 14) - Sun, Xiaowei
This article is from International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 14.AbstractIntroduction: Integrated care could not only fix up fragmented health care but also improve the continuity of care and the quality of life. Despite the volume and variety of publications, little is known about how ‘integrated care’ has developed. There is a need for a systematic bibliometric analysis on studying the important features of the integrated care literature...
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[texts]The european primary care monitor: structure, process and outcome indicators. (Volume 11) - Kringos, Dionne S
This article is from BMC Family Practice, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Scientific research has provided evidence on benefits of well developed primary care systems. The relevance of some of this research for the European situation is limited.There is currently a lack of up to date comprehensive and comparable information on variation in development of primary care, and a lack of knowledge of structures and strategies conducive to strengthening primary care in Europe...
[texts]Impact of Pain and Palliative Care Services on Patients. (Volume 17) - Santha, S
This article is from Indian Journal of Palliative Care, volume 17.AbstractBackground:: Palliative care has become an emerging need of the day as the existing health-care facilities play only a limited role in the care of the chronically ill in the society. Patients with terminal illness in most cases spend their lives in the community among their family and neighbors, so there is the need for a multi disciplinary team for their constant care...
[texts]Developments in spiritual care education in German - speaking countries. (Volume 14) - Paal, Piret
This article is from BMC Medical Education, volume 14.AbstractBackground: This article examines spiritual care training provided to healthcare professionals in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The paper reveals the current extent of available training while defining the target group(s) and teaching aims. In addition to those, we will provide an analysis of delivered competencies, applied teaching and performance assessment methods...
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[texts]Family meetings in palliative care: Multidisciplinary clinical practice guidelines. (Volume 7) - Hudson, Peter
This article is from BMC Palliative Care, volume 7.AbstractBackground: Support for family carers is a core function of palliative care. Family meetings are commonly recommended as a useful way for health care professionals to convey information, discuss goals of care and plan care strategies with patients and family carers. Yet it seems there is insufficient research to demonstrate the utlility of family meetings or the best way to conduct them...
[texts]Improving the delivery of care for patients with diabetes through understanding optimised team work and organisation in primary care. (Volume 4) - Eccles, Martin P
This article is from Implementation Science : IS, volume 4.AbstractBackground: Type 2 diabetes is an increasingly prevalent chronic illness and is an important cause of avoidable mortality. Patients are managed by the integrated activities of clinical and non-clinical members of the primary care team. Studies of the quality of care for patients with diabetes suggest less than optimum care in a number of areas...
[texts]Facilitators and barriers to implementing clinical care pathways. (Volume 10) - Evans-Lacko, Sara
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 10.AbstractBackground: The promotion of care pathways in the recent Governmental health policy reports of Lord Darzi is likely to increase efforts to promote the use of care pathways in the NHS. Evidence on the process of pathway implementation, however, is sparse and variations in how organisations go about the implementation process are likely to be large...
[movies]Eric Dishman: Health care should be a team sport - TED.com
When Eric Dishman was in college, doctors told him he had 2 to 3 years to live. That was a long time ago. Now, Dishman puts his experience and his expertise as a medical tech specialist together to suggest a bold idea for reinventing health care -- by putting the patient at the center of a treatment team. (Filmed at TED@Intel)
Keywords: TedTalks; TED; Talks; health care; technology; TED@Intel; 2013
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[texts]Using a multi-method, user centred, prospective hazard analysis to assess care quality and patient safety in a care pathway. (Volume 7) - Dean, Joanne E
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 7.AbstractBackground: Care pathways can be complex, often involving multiple care providers and as such are recognised as containing multiple opportunities for error. Prospective hazard analysis methods may be useful for evaluating care provided across primary and secondary care pathway boundaries. These methods take into account the views of users (staff and patients) when determining where potential hazards may lie...
[texts]Teaching Palliative Care Across Cultures: The Singapore Experience. (Volume 17) - Breaden, Katrina
This article is from Indian Journal of Palliative Care, volume 17.AbstractPalliative care is a growing area of practice throughout the world and its promotion relies on adequately trained health care professionals. However, there are only a limited number of postgraduate academic courses or clinical training opportunities available, especially in resource challenged areas of the Asia Pacific region...
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[texts]Patient guardians as an instrument for person centered care. (Volume 10) - Basu, Lopa
This article is from Globalization and Health, volume 10.AbstractPerson-centered care involves keeping the person at the center of the care planning and decision-making process. While the theory behind person-centered care is commonly shared, its application in healthcare settings is more challenging. In a number of African countries, a lesson emerges involving the application of person-centered care through the use of patient guardians...
[texts]Training the Eye Care Team: Principles and Practice. (Volume 21) - Garg, Prashant
This article is from Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology, volume 21.AbstractOne of the crucial factors to make high quality eye care services available, accessible and affordable to all is the availability of appropriately trained human resources. Providing health through a health care team is a better and cost effective alternative. The concept of the team approach is based on the principles of working together; task shifting; and ensuring continuity of care...
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[texts]Role Expectations in Dementia Care Among Family Physicians and Specialists. (Volume 17) - Hum, Susan
This article is from Canadian Geriatrics Journal, volume 17.AbstractBackground: The assessment and ongoing management of dementia falls largely on family physicians. This pilot study explored perceived roles and attitudes towards the provision of dementia care from the perspectives of family physicians and specialists. Methods: Semi-structured, one-to-one interviews were conducted with six family physicians and six specialists (three geriatric psychiatrists, two geriatricians, and one neurologis...
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[texts]Effective health care for older people resident in care homes: the optimal study protocol for realist review. (Volume 3) - Goodman, Claire
This article is from Systematic Reviews, volume 3.AbstractBackground: Care homes in the UK rely on general practice for access to specialist medical and nursing care as well as referral to therapists and secondary care. Service delivery to care homes is highly variable in both quantity and quality. This variability is also evident in the commissioning and organisation of care home-specific services that range from the payment of incentives to general practitioners (GPs) to visit care homes, to t...
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[texts]Collaboration between physicians and a hospital-based palliative care team in a general acute-care hospital in Japan. (Volume 9) - Tamiya, Nanako
This article is from BMC Palliative Care, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Continual collaboration between physicians and hospital-based palliative care teams represents a very important contributor to focusing on patients' symptoms and maintaining their quality of life during all stages of their illness. However, the traditionally late introduction of palliative care has caused misconceptions about hospital-based palliative care teams (PCTs) among patients and general physicians in Japan...
[texts]Addressing tensions when popular media and evidence-based care collide. (Volume 13) - Schwitzer, Gary
This article is from BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Health care news stories have the potential to inform and educate news consumers and health-care consumers about the tradeoffs involved in health-care decisions about treatments, tests, products, and procedures. These stories have the potential to influence not only individual decision making but also the broader public dialogue about health-care reform...
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[texts]Beyond inpatient and outpatient care: alternative model for hypertension management. (Volume 6) - Ho, P Michael
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 6.AbstractHypertension is a major contributor to worldwide cardiovascular mortality, however, only one-third of patients with hypertension have their blood pressure treated to guideline recommended levels. To improve hypertension control, there may need to be a fundamental shift in care delivery, one that is population-based and simultaneously addresses patient, provider and system barriers...
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